August 19, 2014 09:25 AM
Media content is unavoidable. Think about how many TV commercials, radio ads, and news stories you see and hear as you’re getting ready for work, on your morning commute, or just lounging at home. But if you watch and listen closely, you’ll find there’s a lot you can learn from these daily media consumptions that can then be applied to your Brainshark presentations.
This is the first article in a three-part series that will explore some of these techniques and how they can...
March 07, 2014 09:30 AM
One of the roles of the Brainshark Customer Community team is to look at how customers are using Brainshark and to provide benchmarking reference points for their next series of presentations. We just finished an analysis of presentations created by customers and several factoids jumped out at us.
We will be discussing these and many other things at upcoming User Group Meetings and Workshops. In the meantime, we’ve pulled together a few data points to share with you here.
August 13, 2013 10:02 AM
One of the most common questions asked by customers is “What are the options for being trained on how to use Brainshark?” In addition to the implementation and onboarding training provided by our team of advisors, we also offer 3 ways for new users to get trained directly from our website.
1. Self-service. Just log-in and start learning with the help of our robust Help & Training library which is packed with video tutorials, process documents, best practi...
June 27, 2013 10:16 AM
When creating video content for your organization, sometimes it makes sense to simply repurpose parts of existing presentations rather than starting completely from scratch.
Take video marketing, for example. Sometimes a video presentation is created with a particular audience in mind, but then needs to be adapted to suit other audiences as well. In these cases, the core message of the presentation is fine, with only minor alterations needed to tailor it to the new persona.
Of course, ...
June 19, 2013 09:28 AM
I remember sitting in my high school French class and really wanting to speak, but also equally not wanting to make a fool of myself. It would have been great to use a free tool to record myself speaking a script I wrote in French (in the privacy of my Leonardo DiCaprio-covered bedroom) and then send it online to Monsieur Lanciaux for review. But at the time, Al Gore had only just invented the Internet and that kind of technology wasn’t available.
Fast-forward to today, where we now hav...